Posts Tagged ‘Business’

A down-to-earth mission — Mississippi Enterprise for Technology is Stennis’ connection to the business community

by Published: August 22,2014

Tags: Business, Mississippi, technology

  The Mississippi Enterprise for Technology, now in its 20th year, has a high-tech address at Stennis Space Center but a down-to-earth mission. “You can bill us as the business connection at Stennis to the business community,” said Charlie Beasley, MSET’s president and CEO. “We focus on different industries that either are emerging in the […] [...]

MARTIN WILLOUGHBY — State roots key to Edge Theory’s Joe Stradinger

by Published: August 22,2014

Tags: Business, Mississippi, technology

Mississippi, the home of literary greats such as Faulkner, Morris and Welty, arguably has had more than its fair share of people talented with the gift of words. Joe Stradinger, founder and CEO of Edge Theory, and I recently discussed this cultural history. We joked that perhaps the soil is richer here in Mississippi. Joe’s […] [...]

ALAN TURNER — The ‘Internet of things’ is focus of Camgian’s Gary Butler

by Published: August 22,2014

Tags: Business, Mississippi, tech 21, technology

I  recently had the opportunity to meet and get acquainted with Gary Butler, CEO of Camgian Microsystems, based in Starkville. Gary paints a fascinating picture of the “digital future.” Camgian has emerged as a leader in developing advanced information technologies and solutions, from ultra-low power processors to advanced sensing platforms and innovations that are enabling […] [...]

JEFFREY GITOMER — ‘Why’ of sales and selling will lead you there

by Published: August 22,2014

Tags: advertising, Business, editorial, Jeffrey Gitomer, Mississippi

I  sat in a Jim Rohn seminar one day in 1995 and heard him say, “Formal education will earn you a living. Self-education will earn you a fortune. You decide how much of a fortune you want to earn by how willing you are to self-educate.” I was frozen in my front-row seat. A stunning […] [...]

TODD SMITH’S SPIN CYCLE — ‘Newsjacking’ is latest social media phenom

Anyone remember this famous tweet from Waffle House – “We don’t believe in Belgium Waffles”? It happened during Team USA’s run in the World Cup. As you know, Waffle House got a little notoriety from that soccer success as well. This act of genius coined a new term used frequently by David Meerman Scott, a […] [...]

State’s MAGIC accounting system works, albeit with glitches

by Published: August 21,2014

Tags: accounting, Business, JACKSON, Mississippi

Mississippi state government’s $100 million accounting system that launched July 1 made nearly 100,000 employee and vendor payments in July, but came in late on slightly more than two dozen contract worker payments. Human error caused the 26 contract payments to be a few days late, the Department of Finance & Administration said. In the […] [...]

QUIRKY? NO, JERKY — Whatever your craving, Beef Jerky Outlets likely has the flavor among 200+ choices

by Published: August 21,2014

Tags: Beef Jerky, Business, Flowood, JACKSON, Mississippi, small business

Don’t let the sign on the front of the building fool you. Certainly, the new Beef Jerky Outlet in Flowood offers beef jerky in a mind-numbing, 200-plus variety of flavors — from traditional sweet, hot and teriyaki to Moonshine, Boiled Crawfish and 3 Beer BBQ Rub. However, the Beef Jerky Outlet that opened about a […] [...]

Oxford’s FNC getting new headquarters

by Published: August 21,2014

Tags: Business, FNC, Mississippi, mortgage, Oxford

Mortgage technology firm FNC Inc. is in the middle of the design phase of its new headquarters in Oxford, a complex that will not only give the growing company needed space, but also reflect the city of Oxford’s vision for large, campus-like environments. “We have been working on our plans for about three years,” said […] [...]

MBJ Special report: MDA numbers help with cities’ retail pitches

by Published: August 21,2014

Tags: Business, commercial development, Mississippi, real estate

Mississippi communities looking to land a big retailer such as Walmart or Target often give the Mississippi Development Authority a call. That is where they will get the retail sales numbers for their area broken down to nearly a dozen categories. The numbers, through “pull-factor” calculations, also give an idea of whether the buyers live […] [...]

MBJ Special Report: Cities learn value of partnering for retail

Mississippi’s mayors and county supervisor chairs relish putting on hardhats and grabbing a shovel for groundbreakings on new retail developments. But to get to that point, communities are learning they must shape partnerships with developers instead of depending on a developer’s determination to walk over hot coals in bare feet to get a project built. […] [...]

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